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Apple confirmed over the weekend that mobile phone head Mark Papermaster has left the company, and will be replaced by computer engineering chief Bob Mansfield. The company has declined to give further details on Papermaster’s departure.
Speculation and blog reports indicate that he was likely was let go for reasons surrounding the iPhone 4’s antenna, as well as problems related with hardware on other products that he had some influence over. Others reported that Papermaster had an increasingly strained relationship with CEO Steve Jobs.
Typically when you upgrade a computer from one operating system to the very next level up, you don’t want the new system replacing or deleting anything without your knowledge and approval. Windows 7 thus far seems to be quite good on this score. But perhaps it’s too good in the case of its new and somewhat enhanced Windows Media Center, whose new reliance on an upstream recording prevention mechanism that’s part of its PlayReady scheme, among other things, renders obsolete Vista’s media settings.